Sunday, April 23, 2017, 12:00-5:00pm
Hilton Hotel, 650 Terrace Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
A One Stop Source to help all Bergen residents cut through the health care and support system maze, learn about their options and connect with the right providers and resources.
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We believe that those who stood first in line to defend our country should be the first in line to reap the benefits of freedom: a fair chance to a good education, a good job and a good life.
If you are a Veteran looking for work, collecting unemployment or your unemployment has recently ended, you may qualify for the Employer Partnership Grant On-The-Job Training Program.
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Meals on Wheels North Jersey is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that provides more than a meal to our homebound neighbors by nourishing both the body and the mind through the delivery of nutritious meals and daily personal visits.
For further information, please see the attached or click on the following link: Meals on Wheels
Minno Wasko - Part 1
Minno Wasko - Part 2
Minno Wasko - Part 3
Temporary Construction Site Plan and Work Phasing Plan
Perspective View from Washington Avenue and Poplar Street
Perspective View from Washington Avenue and Delong Street
The Hackensack Watershed and a Healthy Forest
The Dumont Shade Tree Commission is honored to host Hackensack Riverkeeper Bill Sheehan at our 2017 DSTC seminar. It is fitting and appropriate in the 20th anniversary year of the Hackensack Riverkeeper organization that Captain Bill comes to Dumont to talk about the pressures facing the watershed what can be done to ensure a healthy and thriving community. Please join us for a lively and informative presentation from the foremost advocate for the Hackensack River Watershed of which Dumont is a vital part. Bill will discuss his work in the Riverkeeper organization, the great strides that have been made from its inception 20 years ago, and the challenges we face as we enter a new political era. Bill will discuss the role trees play in protection of the watershed and how proper management of this vital resource is one of the most important components of a healthy ecosystem.
Join us at the Dumont Senior Center, 39 Dumont Avenue, at 7:30pm on March 6th 2017. The event is free to the community. Coffee and refreshments.
The Dumont Shade Tree Commission has created a video on its accomplishments since its inception which they would like to shart with Dumont residents.
Please click on the following link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6mqui9w39n4fx7x/Arboretum%202008%20-%202016%20REV-1.mp4?dl=0
By Notice of Dermination contained in a letter dated January 11, 2017 the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs regarding Local Government Ethics Law Complaint #LFB-16-015 was dismissed and now closed against former Councilwoman Ellen Zamechansky. The investigation of Ellen Zamechansky by the County Prosecutor has also found that there is no basis for criminal action.